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Roku reveals it has sold 10 million streaming devices in the US

16/09/2014

Roku has gone public with a few new metrics about its business, most notably it is revealing that it has now sold 10 million video (...)
Roku has gone public with a few new metrics about its business, most notably it is revealing that it has now sold 10 million video streaming devices in the US. The company introduced its first product in May 2008, and it says that its customers have streamed 5 billion hours of content since then. Things are moving fast, and Roku expects that this year alone, its users will stream 3 billion hours of content — showing that the US appetite for web-content in the living room is really taking off. Roku is not providing details of its overseas customers for now, but... This story continues at The Next Web The post Roku reveals it has sold 10 million streaming devices in the US appeared first on The Next Web. Roku has gone public with a few new metrics about its business, most notably it is revealing that it has now sold 10 million video streaming devices in the US. The company introduced its first product in May 2008, and it says that its customers have streamed 5 billion hours of content since then. Things are moving fast, and Roku expects that this year alone, its users will stream 3 billion hours of content — showing that the US appetite for web-content in the living room is really taking off. Roku is not providing details of its overseas customers for now, but... This story continues at The Next Web The post Roku reveals it has sold 10 million streaming devices in the US appeared first on The Next Web.
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